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LaLa Anthony Sparkles On Fourth Cover Of 'Latina' Magazine

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Gracing the publication for the fourth time, LaLa Anthony shines on the August cover of Latina magazine, where she talks about the possibility of having another child, her successful of her book 'The Love Playbook' and her definition of a perfect night for her family.

The 'Think Like A Man Too' actress is currently riding high on the success of her hit sequel with Kevin Hart, her reality show 'LaLa's Full Court Life' being in the midst of its fifth season and the recent second season renewal of her STARZ series, 'Power'. Read excerpts beneath:

On Being Ready To Have Another Child:
"I do start feeling bad because [my son, Kiyan, 7, will] ask about a baby [sibling] and I feel a little selfish. If I did have another child, the reason would be that I wouldn’t want my son to be alone in the world as an only child. But we’ll see."

On the Reaction to Her First Book, 'The Love Playbook':
"Almost every day I get handfuls of people coming up to me and telling me, ‘Your book changed my life. You gave me confidence to leave an abusive relationship and believe in myself.’ To me that’s the true success, not necessarily being number one."

On Her Fashion Line, 5th & Mercer: "I know what works on Latinas, black women and curvy women. But it’s great that a website like ShopBop that isn’t used to having that kind of consumer—they’re used to stopping at a six or an eight—to push them to go up to a fourteen and understand our kind of woman."

On Designing Clothes To Flatter Latinas:
"I always notice my quickest-selling sizes are the fourteens, the twelves and the tens. I just won a little disagreement to increase the sizes with the website ShopBop. They were only going from zero to eight and I’m like, ‘No, we come in all sizes, we have to increase the sizes.’ So now they go from zero to fourteen and I wish they would go even higher."

On How Her Mom Helps Her Be A Better Parent:
"I always go to my mom for advice. Even when I went through crazy phases in my life, she allowed me to be me and never said, ‘You shouldn’t be doing that!’ She’d just give me the pros and cons and allowed me to make my own decisions. I hope I am my son’s best friend, and I want him to feel like he can come talk to me about anything—good or bad, because that’s what I used to do with my mom. If they can’t talk to you, that’s when they go to outside influences and they might make wrong choices."

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